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Thursday, Dec. 19th 


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PRICED CATALOGUE TWO SHILLINGS. 


CONDITIONS OF ne 


First.—The highest bidder to be the buyer; and if any ane 
arise between two or more bidders, the lot so in dispute 
shall be immediately put up again and resold, provided 
the auctioneer cannot decide the said dispute. 


SECOND.—No person to advance less than. ls.; above five pounds 
5s.; and so on in proportion. 


THIRD.—In the case of lots upon ee | there is a reserve, the 


auctioneer shall have the en to bid on : -bebelf of shee oe ; 


seller. 


FourTH.—The purchasers to give in ‘their names aaa Wlales of . ¥ 


abode, and to pay down 5s. in the pound, or more in Si: 


part of payment, or the whole of the purchase-money. 2 
if required, in default. of which the lot or lots so ‘pur- i 
chased to be immediately put up again and resold. 


FIFTH.—Each lot is believed to be genuine, but should any lot 
prove to be a forgery, or reprint, or wrongly described 
in the catalogue, the purchaser is at liberty. to take or 
reject it, provided always that notice of such_rejection 


be made and the lot returned within seven days from pee : 


date of sale. 


SIxTH.—The auctioneers will not hold Hagens ‘fesponsible 
for any action that may arise, acting solely as agents 
between buyer and seller and for both equnntlys 





Please Note. 


The metal in which the coins are sifack 3 is indicated thus :— 
4 = gold, A= silver, 42 = copper or bronze. 
El = Electrum (an alloy of gold and silver). 
Bi Billon {an alloy of silver and copper). 


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Care is taken to describe accurately the condition Lh Paleae: 
and medals, using the following scale: Extremely fine, Very fine 
Fine, and Good. Where no condition is stated it may be 
assumed that the coins and medals are not in good condition. 


Lot 


CATALOGUE 


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COINS AND MEDALS 


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Tuesday, December 17th, 1935 


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AT HALF-PAST ONE PRECISELY. 


GREEK COINS. 


Lesbos electrum 1/6th stater, obv. head of Apollo, rev. head 
of Menander in incuse square, weight 2.52 grams. Fine and 
rave 1 


Greek silver coins of Macedonia, Alexander III (2), and Philip 
Ill, varied heads, and different symbols on_ reverses. 
Extremely fine 3 


Thessalia, Larissa; Boeotia, Thebes (large); and Bithynia, 
Heraclea, etc., B.C. 345-337. The first and last very rare, all 
very fine 3 





Pergamum, Attalus I; Ionia, Ephesus; and Chios, obv. 
Sphinx seated. The first and last rare, all very fine 3 


Caria, Rhodus; Lycia (2), Cragus, and Rhoda; and 
Pamphylia (2), Aspendus, and Side, B.C. 400-300. All fine 
and scarce el 


Cicilia, Datames stater B.C. 378-372; and another with 
reverse Zeus seated. Both very rare, and very fine 2 


Phrygia, Apaeia; and Seleucis Pieria, Laodicea, obv. 
Veiled head of City. The latter very rare, both very fine 2 


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—— Phoenicia (2), Tyre, L.K. (year 20), and Aradus; bearded 
head; and Attica, Athens, head of Pallas. All very fine 3 





Egypt, Alexander IV, Head of Alexander the Great, rev. 
Pallas, Eagle, Helmet, etc. Scarce, and extremely fine 1 


—— Egypt, Ptolemaeus I and II, diademed head; Ptolemaeus 
VIII, bust; and another smaller. All extremely fine 3 





Egypt, Arsinoe II, veiled head, vev. double cornucopia. 
Scarce, and very fine 1 





Egypt, Alexandria of Tiberius & Augustus; Claudius 
& Antonia; Claudius & Messalina; Nero & Agrippina Jr.; Nero 
(18); Nero & Augustus; Galba; Vespasian (2); and Titus (2). 
No duplicates, and all fine 28 


—— Egypt, Alexandria of Nerva (2); Trajan; Hadrian (15); 
Ant: Pius (10); Ant: Pius & Faustina Senr. No duplicates, 


and all fine 29 
Greek silver coins; smallest size. Very varied, some scarce, 
very fine 39 
Another lot. Very varied, some scarce, very fine 39 
Another lot. Very varied, some scarce, very fine 39 


Greek copper coins of many States. Very varied, and fine 220 


Alexandria of many Roman Emperors, and Empresses. 





Very varied, and fine 150 
—— Ptolemys. Various sizes; varied, and fine 85 
—— Bactria. Very vaned, and fine 100 


Didrachms of Velia (4), all good; early drachm of Velia and 
smaller pieces of Massilia and Poseidonia 9 


Didrachms of Tarentum (3), symbols fulmen, owl and cup; 
Tarentine-Campanian didrachms, symbols lion, dolphin and 
tripod. All good 6 


Syracuse tetradrachm of early fine period head of Arethusa in 
cap, diapered border. Scarce 1 


Tetradrachms of Maronea (2), Thasos and Macedon Staters of 
Dyrrhachium (5) 10 


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Drachms of Chalcedon (scarce), Byzantium (2), triobols of 
Chalcedon, Maronea, Abdera (8), Chersonesus (3), Byzan- 
tium (4) 14 


Tetradrachms of Philip II of Macedon, Alexander-the-Great (3), 
symbols, prow, pegasus and lamp. All fine 4 


Tetradrachms of Alexander-the-Great, symbols lion’s head, 


caduceus, flying Victory, lamp and fulmen. All good 5 


Drachms of Larissa (four varied), triobols of Pharsalus, Phar- 
cadon, Larissa, and three smaller pieces 10 


Corinthian staters (2), and smaller pieces of Neapolis, Phocis, 
Histiaea, Chalcis, etc. 19 


Tetradrachms of Athens (5), three of early and two of late 
style, early drachms of Boeotia (2), obols of Thebes, Thespiae, 
and Aegina 10 


Tetradrachm of Nicomedes II of Bithynia, dated BOP. Good 1 


Late Alexandrine tetradrachm of Chios, Cistophorus of Perga- 
mum, didrachms of Sinope and Cyrene, drachms of Ephesus 
and Rhodes, lesser values of Samos Methymna Lampsacus, 
tC. 13 


Tetradrachms of Tarsus (3), one of Hadrian and Seleucia, and 
and a plated didrachm of Celendris 5 


Tetradrachms of Seleucia, vev. fulmen on throne, Laodicea, 
rev. seated Zeus. Both good 2 


Tetradrachm of Demetrius I of Syria, symbol ATI. Fine 1 


Tetradrachms of Demetrius I and Antiochus VII of Syria and 
of Ptolemy I of Sidon. All good 3 


Didrachms of Hyrina, Neapolis (4), Velia (6), Metapontum and 
Tarentum. All varied 13 


Tetradrachms of Demetrius Poliorcetes and Euthydemus, both 
poor; Philip of Syria, Parthia (2), and Alexander III a 


Tetradrachms of the Ptolemies of Egypt, one early and good 
(3), of Antioch (Philip and Trajan Decius), Alexander III (3) 9 


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Greek bronze of the West, Spain, Italy, Sicily and Africa. 


Many fine 74 
Greek bronze, Thrace to Crete, includes twenty rather scarce 
coins of the Cyclades, Carthaea, Myconos, etc. 113 
Greek bronze of Asia Minor and Syria 104 


Imperial Greek bronze of Docimeium, Corcyra, Cotiaeum, Sidon, 
Prusias, Abdera, Anazarbus Adriani, Sebaste, Laodicea, 
Erythrae, etc. Many good 67 


Greek silver coins of Lucania, Thurium, Head of Athena, rev. 
Bull; and Velia, Head of Pallas, rev. Lion. Rare, and very 
fine 2 


—— Sicilia, Gelas; and Syracuse. Kare, and very jine 2 





Thrace, Thasos (two types); and Macedonia, obv. Shield 
with Head of Diana. Scarce, and very fine 3 





Macedonia, Alexander III (4), all with varied heads, and 
different symbols on reverses. Extremely fine 4 


ROMAN COINS, Etc. 


Tiberius Constantine (578-582) solidus with facing bust. Fine 1 


Basil I and Constantine (869-879) solidus, their busts facing, 
holding patriarchal cross. Very fine 1 


Constantine VII and Romanus II (945-959) solidus, their busts 
facing, holding patriarchal cross. Very fine 1 


Constantine IX Monomarchus (1042-1055), nomisma, rev. bust 
of Christ. Very fine 1 


Michael VII Ducas (1071-1078) nomisma, similar. Very fine 1 


John Comnenus (1118-1143) nomisma with half-length figures 
of the Emperor and Virgin. Fine 


Manuel Comnenus (1143-1180) nomismata with and without 
KERO HOEI on reverse. Both very fine z 


Isaac I] Angelus (1185-1195) nomisma with standing figures of 
the Emperor and St. Michael. Very fine, and rare 


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Michael VIII Palaeologus (1261-1282) nomisma, rev. the walls 
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Basil I and Constantine VI (869-879) solidus, rev. Christ 
enthroned. Very fine l 


Constantine VII and Romanus II (945-959), solidus, rev. bust 
of Christ, the Gospels in his hand. Very fine l 


Tremisses of Theodosius II (408-50), Justinian I (527-65), Focas 
(602-610), and Constans II (641-68) 4 


Roman third brass from Aurelian to Constantine-the-Great, 
various reigns. Many with orginal plating 130 


Roman third brass of Constantine I, Crispus, etc., various 
mints. All very fine 32 


Denarii Lucilla voTa pUBLICA (2), Diadumenian PRINC 
IVVENTUTIS, Gordian III vENvVsS victRIx (3), Philip I FELICITAS. 
Fine and scarce 7 


Greek bronze autonomous and Imperial of various cities, includ- 
ing one of Sabinia Tranquillina of Side in Pamphylia. Very 
rare 15 


Tetradrachms of Lysimachus of Thrace (3), Palestine 100 mils 
1927 and 1931, 50 mils 1927, 1931 and 1933; Irak King Feisal 
50 fels 1931 (2) 10 


Republican denarii (11), Imperial (14), includes an early 
quadrigatus and a silver sesterce 25 


Denarii, Julius Casar with portrait, Antony and Cleopatra, 
Augustus and Caligula, and five early quinarii 8 


Denarii of Augustus varied, including the rare a#GypTo CAPTA 10 


Denarii of Severus (5), Julia Domna (11), Geta (5), Caracalla 
includes 3rd, 4th and 5th regnal years (9). All extremely fine 30 


Denarii of Severus (9), Domna (8), Caracalla (11), and Geta 
(12). Very fine 40) 


Denarii of Julia Domna (13), Plautilla (8), Julia Maes 
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Denarit of Diadumenian (2), and Balbinus, all fine; and base 
antoniniani of Laelianus Marius and Quietus. All scarce 6 


Justinian II solidus, emperor standing with cross 1 
Tiberius Apsimarus, semissis. Sine and scarce 1 


Nicephorus I and Stauracius, solidus. Good condition, and 
scarce 1 


First brass of Augustus (OB CIVES SERVATOS) and second brass 
of Julius Cesar, Agrippa, Augustus, Livia, Germanicus (21). 
Many fine 2 


First brass of Caligula (emperor sacrificing), second brass of 
Tiberius, Drusus Junior, Caligula, Claudius and Nero (18) 19 


First brass (12), second brass (12) of Galba, Vespasian, Titus 
and Domitian, includes two JUDAEA CAPTA of Vespasian 24 


First brass (8), second brass (15) of Nerva, Trajan and Hadrian, 
includes REX PARTHIS DATVS and ALLOCVTIO of Trajan, CAPPA- 
DOCIA, AEGYPTVS and AFRICA of Hadrian. All good 23 


First brass (7), second brass (14) of Sabina, Antoninus Pius, 
Faustina I and Faustina II including ANCILIA and TIBERIS of 
Pius. All good 21 


First brass (14), second brass (8) from M. Aurelius to Severus 
includes two first brass of Clodius Albinus 22 


First brass (18), second brass (4), from Julia Domna_ to 
Salonina. Some scarce reverses, and all good 22, 


Third brass of the early Empire, Tiberius to Domitian. Mostly 
very good 15 


Third brass from Gallienus to Aurelian. All very good for the 
period 80 


Romano-British bronze of Carausius, Allectus (2), Licinius (3), 
Constantine I (12), Crispus (2), Constantine II (5), P . LON in 
exergue. Nearly all very fine 25 


Third brass from Licinius to Julian. All very good, some 
scarce 90 


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Roman first, second and third brass, also a few Alexandrian 
pieces 157 


Tetradrachms of Syracuse, rev. slow biga; Agrigentum, eagle 
and crab; Antiochus Grypus of Syria, and two Tarentine 


didrachms. Very good 5 
Tetradrachms of Macedon, Athens and Thasos, lesser coins of 
Argolis, Aegina, Corinth, Rhodes, Sicyon, Thurium, etc. 
Good 42 


Roman Consular and Imperial denarii. A few fine 46 


Greek coppers, Roman first, second and third brass. Good 
condition 185 


Miscellaneous modern coppers and twenty-four silver coins 350 
First brass of Nero, rev. Port of Ostia (Cohen 33), Antoninus 
Pius, vev. ITALIA seated figure to left s.c (C. 470). Fine, from 
the Earl of Moray collection 


Roman second brass. Varied, and fine 70 


Roman third brass of many Emperors and Empresses. Very 


varied, and fine 220 
—— Plated coins. Varied, and fine 65 
Greek bronze from the 5th-2nd centuries B.C. 190 
Greek bronze of Southern Italy 4th-2nd centuries B.C. Some 
fine 48 
Greek bronze of Palestine. Good condition 24 
Trajan, first, second and third brass. Good condition 30 
Hadrian first and second brass. Good condition 34 


Faustina I, first and second brass. Very good condition 20 
Caracalla and his family, first, second and third brass Al 
Gallienus and family, billon antoniniani and third brass 102 


Roman Republican denarii of many families. Very good 
condition 70 


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Ai, Roman bronze (49), modern coppers including James II gun 
money (50) 99 


‘R, Shekel of Tarsus and others of Egypt, Rhodes, etc. (10), Roman 
denarii (22) 32 


AR, Bactrian and Parthian drachms (43) and a tetradrachm. Many 
fine 44 
A, Caesarea (Cappadocia) Didrachms of Claudius and Nero, Ves- 
pasian, Vespasian and Titus, Hemidrachm of Hadrian. All 
fine 4 


AX, Seleucid kings of Syria, an interesting collection of copper coins, 
arranged in envelopes. Many scarce, and nicely patinated 167 


7E, Bronze coins of Constantine I, etc., varied mints. A fine 
lot 114 


7E, Constantinian third brass, Constantinopolis (65), Urbs Roma 
(61). Varied mint-marks 126 


7E, Constantius I], FEL . TEMP . REPARATIO. Varied, and very 
fine 25 


/R, Syracuse, tetradrachm, rev. slow biga to right. Very good 1 


AZ, oman second brass of many Emperors and Empresses. Very 


good 143 
/E, Roman third brass, mostly third century. Some fine 179 
7E, Roman third brass, mostly third century. Some fine 241 
Ai, Greek coppers, mostly of the Ptolemies of Egypt 64 


ENGLISH SILVER COINS, Etc. 


Acthelred II pennies of Canterbury, Winchester, and London, of the 
cross-pattee, CRVx, hand and voided cross types. All fine 6 


AX, Aethelred II pennies of Exeter, Winchester and London of the 
CRVX, hand and voided cross types. All good y| 


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Aethelred II pennies of Lincoln, London and Winchester, same 
three types. All good 7 


Pennies of Edward-the-Elder (EADSTAN), Edward-the-Confessor, 
William I, William the Lion of Scotland, all good; and a denier 


temple type, of Louis-the-Pious. Fine 5 
English hammered silver from Henry II to Elizabeth, values 
from a shilling downwards Te 
Elizabeth halfcrown m.m. I (=1601). Very fine 1 


James I crown m.m. lis ANG . Sco, others from shillings to 
halfpence of James I, Charles I and Commonwealth including 
a Briot shilling oy 


Milled silver from Charles II to George III crown to sixpences 
(24) with five Irish and six Colonial pieces. Many fine 35 


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Pennies of Cnut of Northumbria ‘‘ CUNNETI’’ type, Burgred of 
Mercia moneyer OSMVND, Edred moneyer DEODMAER and a 
Northumbrian bronze styca. Fine dq 


Aethelred II pennies of Canterbury, Exeter, London (2), 
Ipswich, Norwich, Steyning, Winchester (3), and York. Fine 11 


Cnut pennies of London (2), Ipswich, Thetford, and York. Very 
fine 5 


Edward-the-Confessor pennies of Hastings, London, Southwark, 
Winchester, York, and one indecipherable. Fine 6 


William I pennies of Ipswich, Southwark, Winchester (2), all 
of Paxs type. Fine 4 


Pennies Henry II to Henry VII (22), halfgroats (6), groats of 
Edward VI, Henry VI, Henry VII and Henry VIII (9). Mostly 


fine 37 
Elizabeth crown m.m. 1 (=1601) and halfcrown same mint 
mark. Both fine 2 


Shillings of Edward VI (2), Philip & Mary, Elizabeth milled 
issue; sixpences Elizabeth hammered and milled (3) and 


James I lesser values (2). Fine 10 
James I crown m.m. lis (1623-24), rev. QVAE DEVS CONIVNXIT, 
etc. Very good 1 
Charles I Briot’s crowns m.m. flower and B, thistle and B, the 
latter of Scottish type. Very good 2 
Charles I Briot’s and Falconer’s halfcrowns (3), — shillings 
Falconer’s and Tower mints (5), sixpences, etc. (5). Very 
good 13 


Charles I Newark halfcrown and shilling oBsS: NEWARK 1646. 
Both very fine 2 


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Commonwealth crown 1653, halfcrown 1652, both mint mark 
sun. Very good 2 


Oliver Cromwell halfcrown and shilling 1658 by Thomas Simon, 
very fine; and an electrotype of the Crown 1658 3 


Crowns of Charles II 1662, William & Mary 1692, William III 
1695, halfcrowns 1663 and 1689, shilling 1693, and Medal ys 
Charles II and Catherine. Fine 


Anne crown 1707, shilling 1707; George I crown 1723, half- 
crown 1717, shillings (3) and Hanoverian taler 1726. Fine 8 


George II crown 1751, George III Bank and countermarked 
dollars, lesser values (7). Fine 10 


Crowns of George III and Victoria; halfcrowns George III, 
George IV, William IV and Victoria (6), lesser values (5). 


Fine 13 
Maundy coins Charles II to Victoria. Fine 46 
Scottish hammered silver (7), Irish hammered silver (10), 
Anglo-Gallic (2) 19 
Taler of Leopold I 1695 and other foreign silver coins 20 


Crusaders, gros of Henry II (1285-1324), Hugo IV (1324-58), 
Peter II (1374-82), Rhodes gigliati of Helion de Villeneuve 
(1319-46), Roger de Pins (1355-56) and others. Mostly fine 12 


IRELAND, John pennies (3), halfpennies (2); Henry III pennies 
(2), Edward I pennies of Dublin (4), Waterford (2). All 
different, and very fine 12 


—— Henry VI Dublin groats (3), Edward IV groats of Trim 
and Waterford and three others of his 7th coinage; half groats 
of Dublin (2) and four pennies. All different, and fine for 
Irish coins 15 


Henry VII groats 8rd and 4th coinages (5), Henry VIII 
groats (9), halfgroats (5). Fine for Irish coins, and varied 19 





George V proof Jubilee Crown 1935, edge inscribed in relief 
DECVS ET TUTAMEN ANNO REGNI XXvV. Mint state, in case 1 


Elizabeth shillings (12), sixpences (35), with variety of mint 
marks. All in envelopes and identified 47 


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James I shillings (4), sixpences (5), Charles I Tower halfcrowns 
(9), variety of mint marks. All in envelopes and identified 18 


Charles I shillings (22), sixpences (7), variety of mint marks. 
All in envelopes and identified 29 


Edward VI shillings (11), all varied in number of pellets in mint 
marks, and very fine 11 


Philip & Mary, shillings 1554, 1555, both fine; and Philip II of 
Spain, testoon, and half-testoon, with English titles, both very 
fine 4 


James I shillings (3); and Charles I shillings (8), including 
Briot, and York. All different mint marks, and very fine 11 


English hammered silver coins, halferown to threepence. Very 
varied, and fine 34 


—— Pennies (70). Large variety, and fine 70 


English milled silver coins, crowns (6); halfcrowns (7); shillings 
(6); and sixpences (5). Good variety, no duplicates, and 


fine 24 
A similar lot. Good variety, no duplicates, and fine 24 
A similar lot. Good variety, no duplicates, and fine 24 


FOREIGN COINS AND MISCELLANEOUS LOTS. 


165 


166 


167 


168 


169 


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Brepa, taler of Charles V, others of Ragusa 1762, Austria 1854, 
1879, Russian rouble 1850, and medal of John George IV of 
Saxony 1692. Fine 6 


TurRKEY, talers (4) and Zalatas of 3/5ths of a taler, etc., various 
dates 1758 to 1796. Fine Als) 


UNITED STATES, cent 1803, very good, and rare; Half cent 1804, 
mint and rare y, 


GERMANY, early deniers, bracteates and groschen of 12th-15th 
centuries. Many fine, and rare 114 


Germany, talers (20) and half talers (14) of various states, 
16th-19th centuries. Mostly very fine 34 


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fR, Talers of Rudolf II 1603, Maximilian 1618, Albert of Hapsburg, 
Saxon talers of John & Henry 1539, John & Frederick 1595 5 


“’, Ducat of Majorca and Valencia of the Emperor Charles V; 
AR, Taler of Sigismund III, King of Poland and Sweden (1592- 
98) 2 


, Crowns of Charles II and Anne (3), halferowns Charles II to 
George II (9), shillings (18), sixpences (12), Bank dollars (2), 
3/- tokens (4) 48 


23 


Roman, English and foreign silver coins, weight 17 ozs. 118 


Roman first, second and third brass including a few forgeries 105 


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Miscellaneous copper coins, medals and tokens 430 


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British Colonial tokens, halfpenny size, mostly of Canada and 
Australia. Varied, and fine 240 


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British Colonial tokens, penny size, Australia, New Zealand, 
Canada, etc. Varied and fine 180 


Nickson’s Coventry halfpenny, “‘ John Hales founded the Free 
School Anno 1545,’’ D. and H. No. 304, Byzantine silver of 
Romanus I and his three sons, A.D. 31-944. Both very fine, 
and vare 2 


Dollar size coins of Portugal 1815; Spain 1806 and 1888; Bavaria 
1855; Prussia 1861, 1866, 1871 (2). All very fine 8 


Silver, Spanish dollars and lesser values of many countries. Some 
fine, and scarce 40) 


Alexandrian tetradrachms of Tiberius, Nero, etc.; other coins and 
medals, varied 84 


CEYLON, silver 48 stiver pieces of 1808 and 1809; Fanam token, 
Atkins 14; Rix dollar of 1821; threehalfpenny pieces of 1821, 
1834, 1835, 1836, 1838, 1862, 1870, the last two proofs; 50 cent 
pieces of 1892, 1893, 1900, 1902, 1908. All very fine 15 


—— Copper, one-twelfth rupees of 1804, 1805, 1812 and 1813; 
twenty-fourths of 1815; forty-eighth of 1813; gilt and bronzed 
proof sets of Atkins 67, 70 and 71; two, one and half stivers of 
1815, All very fine 18 


184 


185 


187 


188 


189 


190 


191 


192 


193 


194 


195 


196 


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—— Half farthings of 1828 (two different dies), 1830 (current and 
proof), 1837, 1843, 1844, 1851, 1852, 1853 (proof), 1854, 1856. 
Mostly mint, some very rare LZ 


Coins of Sumatra, Atkins Nos. 4, 7, 8, 16a, gilt proof, 17a, 21, 22, 
28, 24; others of Pulu Penang, Nos. 7, 13, 16, 20; others of 
Malacca, including a pattern by C. R. Read. All fine, and 
some very scarce 17 


STRAITS SETTLEMENTS, 50 cents of 1886, 1887, 1888, 1896, 1897, 1903; 
20 cents of 1874, 1887, 1896, 1902; 10 cents of 1881; cents of 
1845, 1862, 1872, 1904; half cents of 1845, 1872, 1889; quarter 
cents of 1845, 1884, proof set of 1891. All extremely fine 28 


JAVA, rupee, Atkins 7, very fine and rare; stiver of 1814; half stivers 
of 1812 and 1813; doit of 1812; lead doits of 1813 and 1814. 
All good and scarce i 


Hone Kone, proof dollars of 1865 and 1866, and a current specimen 
of the latter date. All brilliant 3 


olen S67, 1868, 1895, 1897, 1898, 1899 and 1912. All 
extremely fine if 


—— Half dollars of 1866, 1867, 1892, 1904; 20 cents of 1866, 1867, 
1872; 1873 (proof), 1882, 1888, 1889, 1890, 1891; 10 cents of 
1863, 1866, 1868, 1873 (proof), 1875, 1876, 1885, 1888, 1890, 
1891, 1894; 5 cents 1873 (proof). All extremely fine 25 


#E, Ejighteenth century halfpenny tokens (223), Washington penny 
D. & H. 248, and other copper coins and medals. All fine 280 


7E, Greek, Roman and Byzantine coppers from an Egyptian find. 
Poor condition 1,000 


#, A similar lot (1,000), modern copper coins (200). Poor con- 
dition 1,200 


#E, Eighteenth century halfpenny tokens of many counties. Mint 
state 150 


#E, Eighteenth century farthing tokens of many counties. Mint 
state 130 


7E, Seventeenth century farthing tokens and town-pieces. Very 
good condition 80 


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209 


210 


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Ai, Portrait medals of famous persons, including Pitt, Nelson, 
Wellington, etc. Mint state 130 


‘RX, English hammered silver, etc. (49), miscellaneous coppers (124) 
173 


A, William III crown 1696, halfcrowns William & Mary, George 
II (4), Bank dollars, 3/- tokens, etc. (8), Maundy coins (48) 56 


, Miscellaneous foreign silver coins, weight 15 ozs. 130 


AR, Portrait medal of Telford, three skating and other various 


medals, weight 18 ozs. Very fine 14 
7E, Mahogany box containing a collection of old copper coins and 
medals (about 340) 340 
AR, William III crowns (2); halfcrowns Charles I to George II (5), 
shillings (10), sixpences (4) PAN 
AR, Greek tetradrachms (3) and later silver coins, English and 
foreign, weight 12 ozs. 86 
AR, Nineteenth century shilling tokens (24), Bank of England 5/-, 
3/-, 1/6, and Irish 10d. tokens. Mostly fine 34 
AR, Nineteenth century shillings (15), Jersey 1/6, sixpences (24), 
and a “‘ Cashiobury Jeton.’’ Mostly fine Al 
4, A parcel of miscellaneous coins and tokens in copper, nickel and 
aluminium 410 
COIN BOOKS AND CABINETS. 
Brooke, English Coins, 1932. New condition 1 


Cochran-Patrick, Coinage of Scotland, 2 vols. 1876, and Vol. II . 
British Numismatic Journal 


Hewlett, Anglo-Gallic coins; Bramah, English Regal Copper Coins 2 


Medallic Illustrations of the History of Great Britain and Ireland, 
a series of 183 plates with letterpress bound in three volumes, 
published by the British Museum Trustees 1911 . 3 


An old mahogany coin cabinet, fitted with forty pierced trays 
arranged in two tiers, double doors, lock and key, 9 ins. high, 
15 ins. wide, 10 ins. deep 1 


15 


213 Mahogany cabinet, fitted with six trays and a deep drawer 1 0 5 0 


214 A very fine mahogany cabinet, with carved columns at two front 415 0 
corners, folding doors, lock and key, fitted with 100 trays each 
with two brass pulls, arranged in two tiers, as follows: 50 trays 
each with 90 piercings 1 in. diam.=4,500; 14 trays with 56 
piercings 1} in. diam.=784; 24 trays with 42 piercings 14 in. 
diam.=1,008; 11 trays with 30 piercings 1% in. diam. =330; 
one tray with 25 piercings 17 in. diam.=25., total 6,647; and 
two drawers each 1? in. deep. Height 30} ins., width 34 ins., 
depth 134 ins. l 


215 A very fine mahogany cabinet, folding doors, lock and key, fitted 6 0: 6 
with 98 trays each 3in. thick, with }in. runners between, 
arranged in two tiers; each tray with single wood knob pulls, 
and 81 deep piercings 14 in. diam., total 7,938. Height 47 ins., 
width 36 ins., depth 163 ins. 1 


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ANTIQUE GEMS, COINS AND BOOKS. 


THE COLLECTION OF THE LATE CENERAL CEORGE C. PEARSE. 


A Celtiberian Gem found at Carteia, near Gibraltar, 1877, mounted 
in silver frame with inscription 1 


Three antique gold rings, two set with intaglios, two silver rings also 
set intaglios, and a Himyaritic seal 6 


An ancient conical agate seal, thirteen antique gems, twenty-four 
Roman glass counters, five Egyptian scarabs, and other 
antiquities 47 


A gold tie pin mounting a sardonyx cameo of an Indo-Greek King, 
Ist century B.C., in case with pedigree 1 


A small Indian green enamel plaque inlaid gold with huntsmen and 
wild beasts, miniature painting on ivory of a Mohammedan 
ruler, and a smaller miniature in silver filigree frame 3 


A pair of heavy Indian gold earrings 2, 


A quantity of Indian jewellery, including two pairs of earrings, 
nose-ring, and five necklets or charms 11 


Brazilian Dobrao of John V of Portugal, 1729. Fine, in case 1 
George III guinea 1775. Fine, im case 1 


Oval portrait medallion of George Washington and a small etching 
by Rembrandt. Framed. a 


An 18th century Scottish snuff mull, and a collection of 18th and 19th 
century letter franks 2 


227 


228 


229 


230 


231 


232 


233 


234 


235 


236 


237 


238 


239 


240 


241 


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Mahogany box conta‘ning silver coins and war medals, about 25 ozs., 
and various copper coins, medals, etc. | 


C. W. King, Antique Gems and Rings, 2 vols., London, 1872, full 
calf 2 


C. W. King, Handbook of Engraved Gems, 2nd Edition 1885; Early 
Christian Numismatics 1873 2 


William Jones, Precious Stones; Finger Ring Lore; A. Billing, Gems, 
Jewels, Coins and Medals 3 


A. Cunningham, Coins of Ancient and Medieval India, 2 vols.; Coins 
of the later Indo-Scythians, and two others on Indian 
numismatics 5 


E. Zay, Histoire Monétaire des Colonies Frangaises, Paris 1892; da 
Cunha, Indo-Portuguese Coins; Thomas, Early Sassanian 
Coins 3 


Thomas, Indian Antiquities, 2 vols., 1858, and a pamphlet on the 
Oxus find of 1876 3 


Birt’s Highland Letters, 2 vols. in one, 1815; The Gowrie Con- 
spiracies and the Celtic Pedigree of Kings of Scotland, Edin- 
burgh 1713; and two others 4 


Holy Bible, 2 vols., 1770; Common Prayer, 1760 and 1796, and two 
other volumes 6 


GOLD COINS. 


AJ, Julius Cesar aureus (Hirtia family), obv. C . CAESAR . COS . 
TER. Very fine 1 


A’, Tiberius aureus, vev. MAXIM PONTIF, Livia seated, C. 15. Very 
fine, but edge has been filed 1 


A’, Nero aureus, rev. Jupiter seated, C. 118. Fine 1 

A’, Vespasian aureus, vev. Fortune seated. Fine | 

A’, Vespasian aureus, vev. seated goddess, C. 98. Very good 
condition 


A’, Hadrian aureus, vev. Jupiter seated, C. 1060. Good condition 1 


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244 


246 


247 


248 


249 


250 


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252 


253 


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Antoninus Pius aureus, vev. Cos tt standing figure of Anto- 
ninus, C. 312. Very fine 1 


Faustina II aureus, vev. Salus seated, C. 198. Fine 1 


Constantius II solidus of Antioch, vev. Rome and Constanti- 
nople holding shield. Fine 1 


Constantius IT solidus of Nicomedia, same reverse, type C. 108. 
Fine 


Julian II the Philosopher, solidus of Antioch, rev. warrior and 
captive, C. 79. Fine and rare 1 


Valens solidus of Nicomedia, rev. Emperor standing holding 
Victory. Fine 1 


Valentinian I solidus of Constantinople, rev. the two Augusti 
enthroned. Fine 1 


Theodosius I solidus of Treves, vev. the two Augusti enthroned, 
C. 37. Mint state 1 


Honorius, solidus of Constantinople, facing bust in helmet, rev. 
Concord, C. 3. Fine 1 


Honorius, solidus of Ravenna, bust to right, vev. Emperor and 
captive. Fine 1 


Vespasian aureus, vev. COS . III . FORT . RED - Fortune with 
caduceus and globe, C. 97. Fine 1 


Julius Casar aureus of the Hirtia gens, rev. sacrificial instru- 
ments A. HIRTIVS . PR. Fine i 


Tiberius aureus, vev. MAXIM PONTIF Livia seated to right. Fine 1 


George V mint set 1910 in case, gold £5, £2, £1 and 10/-, silver 
halfcrown to sixpence and maundy set. Very fine 12 


Nero, aureus rev. AVGVSTVS AVGVSTA Augustus and Livia stand- 
ing, C. 42. Very good, a rare reverse 1 


Vespasian aureus, vév. VICTORIA . AVGVST, winged Victory. 
Very good 1 


Gratian solidus, rev. VICTORIA AVGG. the two Augusti enthroned. 
Very fine 1 


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260 


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262 


264 


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267 


268 


269 


270 


271 


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Anne gold Coronation Medal 1702, rev. VICEM . GERIT . ILLA . 
TONANTIS. Fine, rare in gold 1 


ALBANIA, Ahmet Zogu, 20 francs 1927, rev. SHQIPNI—ALBANIA 
double-headed eagle. Very fine 1 


Turkey, Mahmoud II + sequins 1808, 1809, 1838; 4 sequins 
1834, 1839, 1840 and 1841. Very fine 7 


SALZBURG, Hieronymus (Archbishop 1772-1803) ducat 1793, rev. 
crowned and draped shield. Fine 1 


William III half guinea 1698, elephant and castle below bust, 
a very rare mark on the half guinea, made from gold supplied 
by the African Company. Fine 1 


Bresitau, Archbishop Martin (1574-84) ducat, obv. NVMVS . 
CESAR . MAXIMILIANI, rev. EPISCO . WRAT . MARTINVS . D.G. 
1576. Fine and rare 1 


Turkey, Mahmoud II + sequins 1808, 1809, 1811 and 1812. 


All very fine 4 


Edward IV London Angel m.m. cinquefoil. Fine 1 
George III shield guinea 1777; half sovereign 1817. Fine 2 


Edward III noble, treaty period 1361-69, REX . ANG . DNS . 
HYB . Z . AQT. Good condition 1 


James I laurel m.m. thistle (1621-23). Fine, but pierced 1 


James I Scottish Unite m.m. thistle of English type but with 
the lion of Scotland in first and fourth quarters of reverse 
shield. Fine and rare i 


James I half-unite m.m. key (1609-10), Charles I half-unite 
m.m. lis (1625). Good condition 2 


Charles I unite m.m. lis (1625), bust in ruff, rev. square 
crowned shield. Fine 1 


George I five guineas 1716, edge inscribed ANNO . REGNI . 
SECVNDO. Fine and rare £5 


George JII guineas 1775 and 1790. Worn condition 2 


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280 


281 


282 


283 


286 


287 


288 


289 


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George III sovereign and half sovereign 1817, half guinea 1804, 
third 1801, and quarter 1762. Fine 5 


George IV pattern five pounds 1826, bust by Wyon after 
Chantry’s design, reverse by Merlin, edge ANNO . REGNI . 
SEPTIMO . Fine, but has been mounted 1 


George IV, pattern two pounds 1826 by Wyon and Merlin, 
similar to last. Brilliant proof 1 


George IV, two pounds 1823 by Pistrucci, sovereign 1825, and 
half sovereign 1826 by Wyon. Very good 3 


Victoria, five pounds 1887, jubilee type by Sir Joseph een 
Boehm. Very fine 


Victoria, two pounds, sovereign and half sovereign 1887 jubilee 
type. All very fine 3 


Victoria, sovereign and half sovereign 1897 veiled bust type 
by Thomas Brock. Very fine 


Victoria half sovereigns 1866 young head, 1887 jubilee, 1901 
veiled bust. Fine 3 


Edward VII set of specimen coins 1902 gold £5 to 10/-, 
silver crown to sixpence and maundies. Frosted proofs in 
case 13 


Edward VII sovereign and half sovereign 1902. Very fine 2 


FRANCE, Napoleon III 20 francs 1860, 10 francs 1855 and 1868. 
Very fine 3 


Russia, Nicholas II 5 rubles 1898 and 1899; Rome, Pius rs 
1 scudo 1859. Very fine 


Unitep States, dollar 1855, and three Californian gold charms; 
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS, 4 pesos of Isabel II 1868. Very fine 5 


SoutH Arrica, President Kruger, pond 1895 and half ae 
1895. Very fine 


SILVER COINS. 


English hammered silver from Aethelred II to Charles II, 
includes a few Scottish coins 49 


290 


291 


293 


294 


295 


296 


297 


298 


299 


300 


301 


302 


303 


304 


305 


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Elizabeth crown m.m. 1 (=1601). In very good condition 1 


Crowns of Charles II, 1663, 1679, William III 1695, Anne 
1707 and 1708. Very good 5 


Crowns of James II 1687, Anne 1703 vico below bust, 
George I 1716 roses and plumes. Fine 8 


Halfcrowns William & Mary, Anne, George II (5), shillings (6), 
sixpences (9), and Bank dollars 1804 (2). Good condition 22 


Crowns of George III 1819, 1820; George IV 1821; Victoria 
1844 (2) and 1847 (2) 7 


Halfcrowns of George III (5), William IV (5), Victoria (4), 
shillings (13), sixpences (12), various dates. Mostly fine 39 


Gothic crown 1847, double florins 1887 (3), florins 1849 and 
1897; George V crown 1928. All fine a 


Jubilee set 1887 crown to threepence (7), Veiled bust set 1897 
(6), Edward VII set 1902 (6). All very fine fe) 


Maundy coins from Charles II to Edward VII. Very fine 88 


British Colonial silver including Kruger crown 1892 with 
shafts error, rupees of India, Java, etc. Fine 26 


United States, dollars 1800, 1878, 1891, 1922; half dollars 1853, 
1858, 1869 and 1922. Fine 8 


Dollar size coins of Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, 
Indo-China, Japan, Mexico, Peru, Netherlands, and Spain. 
Very good 18 


Half dollars and lesser silver coins of many states, weight 
27 ozs. Good 182 


Jubilee, coronation and other silver medals, weight 7 ozs. 
Very fine 14 


Roman denarii and antoniniani (13), Roman third brass and 
Greek coppers (113) 126 


Roman second brass of many Emperors and Empresses. Good 
condition 140 


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Roman first brass of many Emperors and Empresses, includes 
a number of forgeries 115 


Eighteenth century halfpenny tokens, a good mixed lot with 
a few pennies and farthings. Mostly fine 315 


Modern coppers and nickels, English and foreign medals, bank 
notes, etc. 480 


HISTORICAL MEDALS. 


Archbishop Laud executed 1645, silver medal by John Roettier, 
Mol. 147/85, Ver fine 1 


Charles II’s embarkation at Scheveningen 1660, silver medal 
by Peter van Abeele, legends in Latin and Dutch, M.I. 45/456. 
Pierced for suspension, fine and rare 1 


Peace of Breda 1667, silver medals by John Roettier, rev. 
FAVENTE DEO, Britannia seated on a rock contemplates her 
navies, one has plain the other a draped bust of Charles II, 
M.I. 185 and 186. A very fine pair 2, 


Monmouth and Argyll beheaded 1685, silver medal by 
Arondeaux, ve€v. AMBITIO . MALESUADA . RUIT, Justice weighing 
three crowns against the emblems of rebellion, M.I. 27/615. 
Fine and rare 1 


Silver portrait medals of John George III of Saxony, Charles 
XII and Gustaf III of Sweden, Louis XV, Louis XVI and 
Napoleon I of France, Zwingli Fagius and others. All very 
fine 17 


Charles II, medal for rewarding subjects for personal services, 
obv. bust to right hair long, J.R. (John Roettier) on truncation, 
vev. Royal Arms, gilded and with loop for suspension. Mint 
state 1 


English bronze medals, Med. Illus. Vol. 1, page 388, No. 7; 
and p. 410/46. Both very rare, and extremely fine Ree 


Anne silver medals, Vol. 2, p. 246/35, 316/141, 359/197 and 
374/220. Extremely fine 4 


George I silver medals, Vol. 2, p. 423/7, 434/33, 437/39 and 
463/75. Very fine 4 


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320 


321 


322 


323 


324 


325 


326 


327 


328 


329 


330 


331 


332 


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Dassier’s medals of the Kings and Queens of England, William 
I to George II, including Cromwell. Very fine 33 


Charles II] Peace of Breda 1667 silver medals by Roettier, 
plain and draped busts, vev. FAVENTE DEO. Very good 
condition 9, 


James II, treasure recovered from the Spanish Wreck 1687 and 
satirical medal on the murder of Sir Edmundberry Godfrey. 
The former very fine 


Anson’s voyage round the World 1740, Davison’s Nile medal 
1801. Both very fine 2 


Silver medals of Charles I, Charles II, Anne, George I, George 
III, Louis XVI, etc. Mostly very fine 13 


Roman denarii (24), crowns of Charles II, George III and 
lesser silver coins (14) 38 


Portrait medals Charles II, Anne, George II, George III, Duke 
Cumberland 1746, etc. (22), all very fine; miscellaneous 
coins (141) 163 


Edward I groat EDWARDVS: DI: GRA . REX ANGL, bust in 
quatrefoil, yeu. DNS . HIBNE . DVX . AQVT. Very good condi- 
tion, and rare i 


Charles I Exeter crown 1645, m.m. tower on both sides, date 
at end of reverse legend 1 


Saxony, double taler of Christian II, taler of John, Frederick 
and George, MANSFELD 3 taler of Volrad and Wolfgang 1616; 
FLORENCE 14 scudo of Charles Louis and Maria Aloysia 1807, 
etc. Fine ; 5 


George V proof Jubilee Crown 1935, edge inscribed in relief 
DECVS ET TUTAMEN ANNO REGNI Xxv. Mint state, in case 1 


UniTep Srates, dollar 1892, half dollars 1832 and 1856, and 
lesser silver coins of various states (22), nickels (9) 31 


George V mint set 1927, crown to threepence. Mint, in case 6 


George V crowns 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1932 and 1933, rev. 
large crown, 1935, rev. St. George. Mint state 8 


English hammered silver Edward I to Charles | 54 


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George III pattern crown by Mudie and Mills, vev. shields of 
England, Scotland, Ireland and Hanover. Mint state 1 


Bath four shilling and two shilling tokens 1811, Wellington 
token 1811, and Northumberland shilling 1763. All very fine 4 


George V proof Jubilee Crown 1935, edge inscribed in relief 
DECVS ET TUTAMEN ANNO REGNI Xxv. Mint state, in case 1 


Inp1A, gilt proofs, Bombay, 20, 10 (3) and 5 (5) Cash; Madras 
20, 5 and 1 (2) Cash; Sumatra 4 (2), 2 (4) and 1 (8) Kapangs. 
Some varied dates, brilliant 07 


—_ Bronze proots; Bombay 20) (8), 15. (G)) a0) (6), > (8) Cashe 
Madras 20 (2), 10 (3) and 5 (2) Cash; Sumatra 4 (2), 3 (2) and 
2 (6) Kapangs. Some varied dates, mostly brilliant 45 
—— Copper coins. Varied, and very fine 210 
—— Another lot. Varied, and very fine 216 
—— Mysore, many scarce. Varied, and very fine 102 
Kirk’s medallets, all lin. diam., thirteen varieties. Very 
fine 287 
Foreign copper coins, mostly French. Varied, and fine 220 
Foreign silver medals, weight 16 ozs. Several scarce, 
extremely fine 33 
English silver medals, weight 20 0zs. Large variety, some 
scarce, and very fine 70 
Collection of Russian copper medals, large size (46), medium 


(74). All very fine 120 


Collection of Louis XIV and XV copper medals relating to 
Spain, all 14 in. diam., and very fine 192 


Medieval medals, in various metals, large size. Very varied, 
and fine 54 


—— In various metals, medium size. Very varied, and fine 90 


- In various metals, small size (126); and Plaques (18). 
Very varied, and fine 144 


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366 


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George III halfpennies 1770-5 (170); and farthings 1773-5 (100). 
Fine 270 


Victoria, copper pennies (55); halfpennies (70); farthings (45), 
various dates. All in mint state 170 


Victoria, half-farthings, various dates. Mostly in mint state 300 
Canadian copper tokens. Large variety, and very fine 200 


Nineteenth century copper tokens. Very varied, and mostly 
very fine 170 


Nineteenth century silver tokens, shillings (40) and sixpences 
(16). Very fine 56 


Eighteenth century halfpenny tokens of several counties. Many 
very scarce, mint state 200 


Antique silver locket, and small circular box; red glass scent bottle, 


fE, 


AR, 


fE, 


and small locket 4 


James II gun money, crowns (6), halfcrowns, large (20), small 
(8); shillings, large (24), small (7); sixpences (5). Varied dates, 
and very fine 70 


Charles II pattern farthings, struck in silver (22); and Mary 
(1). Varied, and very fine 23 


George III Irish bronze and copper proofs 1805, pennies (8), 
and halfpennies (8); George III gilt penny 1805; English pattern 
halfpenny George III 1795, and bronze and gilt proofs each, 
halfpennies and farthings 1799; bronze penny, halfpenny and 
farthing 1806. Extremely fine 25 


Irish groats of Henry VI, Edward IV, Henry VIII (8); Irish pennies 


A, 


fR, 


of Edward I (5), and halfpenny. All varied, and very fine 16 


Early silver coins of Hungary, Bohemia, etc. All scarce, and 
very fine . 38 


Swiss base silver coins, weight 153 0zs. Large variety, and 
very fine 288 


PoranD, base silver coins, weight 7} 0zs. Good variety, and 
very fine 133 


Foreign silver coins, weight 9 ozs. Varied, and very fine 78 


Deniers, etc., of various States. Scarce, and very fine 28 


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Antique gold-mounted rings (2), Onyx, Lion and gnostic letters; and 


i, 


yellow jasper, Lion and Antelope. Very fine and rare 2 


English regal coppers from James I to George II, halfpennies 
and farthings, a varied lot of dates. Some fine 143 


George III twopences (11), pennies (15), halfpennies (15), 
farthings (17). Varied dates, very fine 58 


George IV to Victoria, large copper pennies (36), halfpennies 
(20), farthings, etc. (44). Mostly very fine 100 


Victoria, bronze issue, Edward VII and George V, pennies (25), 


halfpennies (17), farthings, etc. (24), Insh including Gun- 
money and Wood’s issues (40). Many very fine 106 


END OF SECOND DAY Ss SALE. 


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Thursday, December 19th, 1935. 


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AT HALF-PAST ONE PRECISELY. 


MILITARY AND NAVAL MEDALS. 


THE COLLECTION OF THE LATE GEORCE TATE, ESQ. 


Waterloo 1815 (William Gunn, 2nd or R.N. British Regt. Dragoons), 
Scots Greys 1 


Waterloo 1815 (William Nichols, 3rd Batt. Grenadier Guards). Fine 1 


Waterloo 1815, Hanoverian issue (Landwehr Bat. Luneburg) and 
Brunswick, bronze medal for Waterloo and Quatre Bras. Fine 2 


Military General Service, one bar Barrosa (Robert Buss, Conductor 
of Stores). Very fine 1 


Two bars Busaco, Albuhera (John Arbuckle, 57th Foot). Fine 1 


Two bars Martinique, Guadaloupe (J. Curry, Corpl., 90th Foot), 
fine and rare; and Long Service medal, R. Curry (R.H.A.) 2 


Three bars Corunna, Vittoria, Pyrenees (John Murray, 92nd Foot). 
Fine 1 


Six bars Busaco, Fuentes d’Onor, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes 
(edge erased, but traceable to Sergt. John Reid, 42nd Regt.). 
Except for erasure, very fine 1 


Naval General Service one bar Trafalgar (James Fulton), served on 
board H.M.S. Dreadnought; one bar Syria (John Beaton), and 
medal for St. Jean d’Acre. All very fine 3 

India, silver medal Siege of Seringapatam 4th May 1799. Very fine 1 


Cabul 1842 (edge plain), and Sutle}] medal Aliwal 1846 one bar 
Sobraon (John Deverzy, 16th Lancers). Fine 2 


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Punniar Star 29th Dec. 1843 (Alexander Laing, 9th Lancers). Very 
fine 1 


Punjab medal, two bars Mooltan, Goojerat (10th Foot), two bars 
Chilianwala, Goojerat (Arty. and 9th I.C.), and medal without 
bar (H. Arty.). Fine 4 


Indian Mutiny two bars Relief of Lucknow, Lucknow (93rd Highrs.), 
two bars Defence of Lucknow (8th Regt.). Another, edge 
ve-engraved 3 


Two bars Lucknow, Relief of Lucknow (37th Regt.), unofficial bars, 
one bar Lucknow (4), and one bar Central India 6 


India General Service, one bar Persia (78th), Perak (8rd), North- 
West Frontier (79th), Bhootan (R.A.), Jowaki 1877-8 (Rifle 
Bde.), and Umbeyla (98rd). All fine 6 


One bar Persia (2nd Bombay L.I.), North-West: Frontier (79th), 
Looshai (1st Goorkhas), Hazara 1888 (Suffolk Regt.), Waziris- 
tan 1894-5 (Gordons), Chin Lushai 1889-90 (K.O.S.B.). All 
fine 6 


Two bars Hazara 1888, Hazara 1891 (Seaforths), Burma 1885-7, 
Burma 1887-89 (R. Scots Fusrs.), one bar Burma _ 1885-7 
(Hamps. Regt.), Burma 1887-89 Cheshire Regt.), and medals 
for Pegu and Persia (original names erased). Fine 6 


Four bars Relief of Chitral 1895, Tirah, Samana, Punjab Frontier 
1897-8 (Kurrum Militia), three bars Relief of Chitral 1895, 
Tirah, Punjab Frontier 1897-98 (Gordons), Tirah, Samana, 
Punjab Frontier 1897-98 (2nd Goorkhas), and two bars Samana 
1897, Punjab Frontier 1897-98 (R. Irish Regt.). Very fine 4 


One bar Relief of Chitral 1895 (Seaforth MHighrs.) (2), Punjab 
Frontier 1897-98 (2), North-West Frontier 1908 (2), Seaforth 
Highrs., and a bronze medal with three bars (C.I. Dept.). 
Fine 7 


Afghan 1877-8-9, three bars Charasia, Kabul, Kandahar, and bronze 
Star (J. Fitzgerald, 92nd Highrs.), two bars Peiwar Kotal, 
Charasia (72nd), and two bars Charasia, Kabul (92nd). Fine 4 


Afghan one bar Peiwar Kotal (72nd), Ali Musjid (81st), Ahmed Khel 
(R.A.), Kandahar (R.A.), medal without bar (78th), medal 
with three unofficial bars (66th), and bronze Star (un-named). 
Fine 7 


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400 


401 


402 


403 


404 


406 


407 


408 


409 


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Crimea, three bars Alma, Balaklava, Sebastopol (2), and Turkish 
Crimea medals (42nd and 79th Highrs.). Fine 4 


Crimea four bars Alma, Balaklava, Inkermann, Sebastopol (R.A.), 
Alma, Inkermann, Sebastopol (38th Regt.), Baltic medal 1854- 
5 (H.M.S. Cressy), and Turkish Crimea 4 


New Zealand 1863 to 1864 (H.M.S. Miranda), medals without bar 
(43rd Foot and 65th Foot). Very fine 3 


China 1842 (H.M.S. Wellesley), China three bars Fatshan 1857, 
Canton 1857, Taku Forts 1858 (R.M.L.I.), two bars Taku 
Forts 1860, Pekin 1860 (2nd Regt.), one bar Canton 1857 (59th 
Regt.), one bar Taku Forts 1860 (A.H.C.). Fine 5 


China 1900, two bars Taku Forts, Relief of Pekin (R.M.), one bar 
Relief of Pekin (H.M.S. Dido, H.M.S. Centurion), and two 
medals without bar. Very fine 5 


South Africa 1853 (72nd Regt. and Rifle Bde.), South Africa one bar 
1879 (21st Foot), Abyssinia medals (26th Regt. and H.M.S. 
Octavia. Fine 5 


Egypt 1882, five bars Tel-el-Kebir, Suakin 1884, El] Teb-Tamaai, The 
Nile 1884-85, Kirbekan (Sergt. D. Pirie, Ist Royal Highlanders). 
Fine 1 


Three bars Tel-el-Kebir, Suakin 1884, E] Teb-Tamaai (K.R.R.C.), 
two bars El Teb-Tamaai, The Nile 1884-85 (Gordon Highrs.), 
two bars The Nile 1884-85, Abu Klea (R.H.A.), and bronze 
Khedive Star. Very fine 4 


Two bars Alexandria 11th July, Tel-el-Kebir (H.M.S. Superb), 
Suakin 1885, Tofrek (R. Berks Regt.), one bar Suakin 1885 
(E. Surrey Regt.), Gemaizah 1888 (K.O.S.B.) 4 


One bar Tel-el-Kebir (Gordon Highrs.), Alexandria 11th July (H.M.S. 
Sultan), Gemaizah 1888 (K.O.S.B.), and five Khedive Stars 8 


Khedive’s Sudan medal with four bars The Atbara, Khartoum, 
Gederef Sudan 1899, and bronze Star with bar, two bars The 
Atbara, Khartoum and Queen’s Sudan medal (Seaforth se 
landers), two of each. Fine 


West Africa one bar Coomassie (Rifle Bde.), Benin River 1894 
(H.M.S. Philomel), Gambia 1894 (H.M.S. Alecto), Benin 1897 
(H.M. St. George). Very fine 4 


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One bar Gambia 1894 (H.M.S. Raleigh), Benin 1897 (H.M.S. 
George), Sierra Leone 1898-99 (W. India Regt.), Africa 
General Service one bar Somaliland 1902-04 M.S. seuienns 


Fine 
Boer War medals with six bars (2), with five bars (1), and three 
companion King’s medals. Fine 6 
Boer War medals with five bars (6) and King’s medal. Fine 7 


Boer War medals with four bars (7) and two King’s medals. Fine 9 


Boer War medals with three bars (8) and two King’s medals Fine 10 


Boer War medal four bars (Lieut. R. T. West, Scott’s Rly. Gds.), and 
three bars with Wepener (Pte. A. Taylor, R. Scots). Very 
fine 2 


Boer War medals, two bars C. Colony, Wepener (Royal Scots), Cape 
Colony, Paardeberg (2nd Dragoons), one bar Defence of Lady- 
smith (Gordon Highrs.), and two King’s medals 5 


Two bars Modder River, Wittebergen (H.L.I.), one bar Modder River 
(H.L.I.), Cape Colony (A. and S. Highrs.), Relief of Lady- 
smith (Thorneycroft’s M.I.), medal without bar, and Mediter- 
ranean medal. Fine 6 


India medal three bars Relief of Chitral 1895, Tirah 1897-98, Punjab 
Frontier 1897-98, and Boer War medal, Elandslaagte, Defence 
of Ladysmith, Laing’s Nek, Belfast, C. Colony, both to T. 
Henderson, Gordon Highlanders. Very fine 2 


Mwele 1895-6 (26th Bombay Infy.), Africa General Service, one bar 
Somaliland 1902-04 (H.M.S. Highflyer), and Ashanti Star 
1896 3 


Natal Rebellion, one bar 1906 (Trooper T. H. Van Beek, er 
Mtd. Rifles). Very fine 


Canada, one bar Fenian Raid 1866 (Pte. H. Paterson, 17th Regt.). 
Very fine it 


Canada one bar Fenian Raid 1866 (Pte. W. Ryan, Mt. Pleasant I. 
Co.). Fine 1 


Canada, one bar Fenian Raid 1870 (E. Moore, 69th S. Lincoln 
Regt.). Very fine 1 


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Arctic Discoveries 1818-1855, two Military Medals 1914-18, two 1914 
bronze Stars, one with bar. Fine 5 


Medals for Meritorious Service (24th Regt.), and For Distinguished 
Conduct in the Field (1st Royal Highlanders). Very fine 2 


Mesopotamia medal two bars Iraq, N.W. Persia (R. Irish Fusrs.), 
and one bar N.W. Persia (R.A.M.C.). Very fine 2 


French and Italian war medals. Very fine 8 


Imperial Yeomanry, Long Service medal (Lce.-Sergt. R. Martin, 


Lothians and B.H.1.Y.). Extra fine 1 
Long Service medals Special Reserve (4), Territorial Efficiency (7). 
All very fine 11 
Army Long Service (4), Naval Long Service (4). Very fine 8 


Volunteer Long Service (6), Services Rendered badge, Army Temper- 
ance and Gordon Boys’ Home medals 


Commemorative medal Battle of Breitenfeld 7 Sept. 1631, Battle of 


Oudenarde 1708, Angling medal 1766, Coronation medal 
George IV, etc. Fine 8 


Scottish Police medals (2), Davison’s Nile medal, defective medals 
(3), German Iron Cross and miscellaneous medal bars 


Glazed frame enclosing Afghan medal three bars Charasia, Kabul, 
Kandahar, and bronze Star (Pte. A. Pollard, 72nd High- 
landers), and brooch inscribed Roberts, City of Edinburgh 
1893. Very fine 3 


Glazed frame enclosing medal of the Royal Naval Training Ship and 
Silver Anchor), another frame with bronze bust of Nelson, 


Wellington and Napoleon, and Davison’s Nile medal (Alexr. 
Law, Bellerophon) 


Waterloo 1815 (George Sanson, Ist Batt. 40th Reg. Foot) 1 


Waterloo 1815 (Robert Thomas, 7th Regt. Hussars). Fine 1 


Waterloo 1815 (Michael M‘Donald, 3rd Batt. 1st Foot or R. Scots) 
Fine 
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Waterloo 1815 (Lewis Gilbert, Driver, 


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Waterloo 1815 (John Allen, 2nd Batt. Coldstream Guards) 1 
Waterloo 1815 (Sergt. James Elick, 51st Regt. Light Infantry) 1 
Waterloo 1815 (John Jones, 2nd Batt. 95th Regt. Foot) 1 


Waterloo 1815 (Joseph Vanderwundle, 2nd Regt. Light Dragoons, 
K.G.L.). Very fine 1 


Waterloo 1815 (Charles Muller, 1st Line Batt. K.G.L.). Very fine 1 


Military General Service, five bars Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, 


Toulouse (Alexr. Conachar, 91st Foot). Very fine 1 
Five bars Vimiera, Corunna, Salamanca, Pyrenees, Nivelle (Benjn. 
Elmsley, 32nd Foot). Fine 1 
One bar St. Sebastian (R. Kingstray, Royal Sappers and Miners). 
Very fine 1 
One bar Salamanca (Robert Gomer, 4th Foot). Fine 1 
One bar Orthes (Henry Drake, 7th Light Dragoons). Fine 1 
One bar Badajoz (Patrick Moran, 30th Foot) 1 


Naval General Service, one bar Basque Roads 1809 (Josiah Shore). 
Very fine 1 


Served with Royal Marines, H.M.S. Pallas. 


The Hon. East India Coy’s silver medal for Campaign in the Deccan 
1784. Very fine, the first India war medal 1 


H.E.I.C. silver medal For Services in the Island of Ceylon, A. a 
1795/6. A very fine medal 


H.E.1I.C. silver medal for the Siege of Seringapatam 4th May 1799. 
Very fine 1 


Army of India, one bar Nepaul (Captain R. Axford, 13th N.1.). 
Extra fine 1 


Army of India, one bar Nagpore (Hy. Moore, Ist Foot). Fine 1 


Army of India, one bar Bhurtpoor (Volunteer W. Martin, Esq., 16th 
Lancers). Very fine 1 


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Ghuznee 23rd July 1839, with original suspender. Very fine I 


Candahar, Ghuznee, Cabul 1842 (Private David Booker, H.M. 40th 
Foot). Fine 1 


Sutlej medal Ferozeshuhur one bar Sobraon (29th Regt.), I1.G.S. one 
bar Pegu (1st Madras Fusrs.), and H.E.I.C. Long Service 
medal 3 


Punjab one bar Chilianwala (24th Foot), one bar Goojerat (24th 
Foot). Very fine 2 


Afghanistan 1878-79-80 (Surgeon-Major Robert F. Buchanan, A.M. 
Dept.). Fine 1 


Indian Mutiny three bars Delhi, Relief of Lucknow, Lucknow (Seregt. 
i 2. shaw, 9th Lancers). Fine 1 


One bar Delhi (Wm. Richardson, 9th Lancers), one bar Lucknow 
(Wm. Stewart, 7th Hussars), one bar Central India (8rd 
Bombay Europn. Regt.). Very fine 3 


Three bars Delhi, Relief of Lucknow, Lucknow (Gunner S. Hood, 
Ist Troop, 2nd Bde. Bengal Arty.). Very fine i 


KGese one ban Abor 1911-42 (Lieut. R. T. O. Bracken, ist Coy. 
5/6 Sappers and Miners). Very fine 1 


I.G.S. one bar North-West Frontier 1908 (R. Munster Fusrs.), one 
bar Malabar 1921-22 (Leinster Regt.), two bars N.W. Persia, 
Iraq (R. Irish Fusrs.) 3 


I.G.S. two bars Burma 1885-7, Burma 1887-89 (R.W. Surrey Regt.), 
Waziristan 1919-21, Waziristan 1921-24 (The Queens), Tirah; 
Punjab Frontier 1897-98 (R.W. Surrey), one bar Jowaki 1877-8 
(Rifle Bde.), N.E. Frontier 1891 (K.R.R.C.). Very fine 5 


One bar Burma 1930-32 (Pte. E. Edwards, Oxford and Bucks L.I.). 


Very fine 1 
One bar North-West Frontier 1930-31 (R.A.), and one bar Burma 
1930-32 (Manchester Regt.). Extra fine 2 
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One bar North-West Frontier 1930-31 (R. Arty. and R. Sussex 
Regt.). Very fine 2 


A FAMILY GROUP OF DECORATIONS. 


CAN BE OFFERED AS ONE LOT iF DESIRED. 


Military General Service three bars Martinique, Busaco, Albuhera 
(Richard W. Magenis, Lieut. 7th Foot). Very fine 1 


Military General Service three bars, Nivelle, Orthes, Toulouse (H. A. 
Magenis, Lieut., 7th Foot). Very fine 1 


Group of four decorations, Crimea, one bar Sebastopol, Indian 
Mutiny two bars, Defence of Lucknow, Lucknow, Order of the 
Medjidie and Turkish Crimea (Major R. H. Magenis, 90th Lt. 
Infy.). Very fine 4 


Crimea, one bar Sebastopol, and Turkish Crimea (Lieut. Frederic A. 
Magenis, 28th Regt.). Fine 2 


Afghanistan 1878-79-80 (Major Hy. Cole Magenis, C/3, R.A.). 
Very fine 1 


Crimea, four bars Alma, Balaklava, Inkermann, Sebastopol (J. 
Walker, 20th Regt.), edge impressed. Very fine 1 


New Zealand one bar 1866 (John Kinnear, 4th Batt. Military Train). 
Very fine 1 


New Zealand 1864 (Hy. Chranham, 4th Batt. Military Train). Fine 1 


Sudan two bars The Atbara, Khartoum and Queen’s Sudan 
(Cameroons), one bar Khartoum and Queen’s Sudan medal 
(5th Fusiliers), and medal with three bars Hafir, Firket, Abu 
Hamed. All very fine 5 


Egypt 1882, five bars Tel-el-Kebir, Suakin 1884, El Teb-Tamaai, The 
Nile 1884-85, Kirbekan (Pte. G. Summers, Gordon High- 
landers). Fine 1 


Egypt 1882 and Khedive Star (D.A.C. General G. T. Colebrook, 
C. & I.S.), trom Dr, A. A. Paynes Collection. 277¢ z 


Khedive’s Sudan medal with bar Gerok. Very fine 1 


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492 


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498 


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Khedive’s Sudan, two bars Khartoum, Sudan 1899, and Queen’s 
Sudan medal (Sudanese Regt.) 1 


Khedive’s Sudan medal with bar for Gedid. Very fine 1 


British South Africa Coy.’s medal for Rhodesia 1896 (Pte. Thos. 
Brady, 2nd West Riding Regt.). Very fine 1 


A similar medal (Pte. W. H. Whittle, 7th Hussars). Very fine 1 


Edward VII Ashanti medal 1900 (Lieut. A. M. Macdonell, 3rd FE. 
Surrey Regt.). Very fine 1 


Ashanti medal 1900 (Capt. R. M. Stallard, Bedford Regt.). Very 
fine 1 


Sudan medal, one bar Atwot. JFine 1 


Africa General Service, with one bar Somaliland 1908-10 (W. J. 
Atkinson, H.M.S. Diana). Fine 1 


One bar Gambia (Corpl. E. D. le Ray, 38rd W. India Regt.). Mint 
state 1 


Boer War medal, six bars, C. Colony, Paardeburg, Driefontein, 
Johannesburg, Diamond Hill, Belfast (Gunner J. Johnson, R. 
Marine Arty., H.M.S. Monarch). Fine 1 


Boer War medals with four bars (2), with three bars (1), King’s 
medal S. Africa 1901-2, Egypt one bar Tel-el-Kebir, one bar 
Suakin 1885, all to Scots Guards 6 


Boer War medal three bars, C. Colony, Transvaal, Witttebergen, 
King’s medal, Egypt one bar Suakin 1885, and Khedive’s Star 
1884-6, all to Pte. J. Kelly, Scots Guards. Fine 4 


Five bars, C. Colony, O.F.S., Transvaal, Johannesburg, Diamond 
Hill, edge impressed (Capt. R. W. Morley, Reserve of Officers). 
Very fine 1 


Seven bars (RI. Fusiliers), with six bars (Middlesex Regt.) (2). Very 
fine , 3 


Medal for Distinguished Conduct in the Field, War and _ Victory 
medals (Sgt. T. Mahoney, 13th R. Fusiliers). Fine 3 


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1914 Star, War medal, Victory medal and two bars N.W. Persia, 
Inaq (Sgt. A. Kingshott, R.AS.C.). Fine 4 


Military medal, 1914-15 Star, War and Victory medals (L.N. Lancs 
Regt.); 1914-15 Star, War, Victory and Territorial Efficiency 
with crown, on riband (London Regt.). Fine 8 


Group of five medals to Sergt.-Major A. T. Baverstock, Military 
Mounted Police: 1914-15 Star, War and Victory medals with 
oak leaf on riband, Long Service and Meritorious Service 
medals. Very fine 5 


Africa General Service, one bar Somaliland 1920, War medal 1914- 
18 and Victory medal, all to M. Chamberlain, H.M.S. Odin, 
etc. Fine 3 


Crimea, one bar Sebastopol, Turkish Crimea, China, one bar Taku 
Forts 1860 (Sergt. W. Hill, 31st Regt.) 3 


Boer War medal, two bars, King’s medal India North-West Frontier 
1908, and War medal 1914-18 (A. Sistern, Norfolk Regt., etc.); 
China 1900 and R. Fleet Reserve medal (G. Babbage, R.N.). 
Fine 6 


India Mutiny one bar Central India, I1.G.S. one bar Umbeyla, and 
Long Service medal (John Downie, 7ist H.L.I.). Fine 3 


Crimea three bars Alma, Inkermann, Sebastopol (34th Regt.), 
Turkish Crimea; Sudan medal one bar The Atbara and Queen’s 
Sudan medal (Cameron Highrs.). fine 4 


India, one bar North-West Frontier (Lieut. J. E. Sandeman, Survey 
N.W.F.), and Boer War medal one bar Defence of Kimberley 
(Capt. W. E. Chapman, Kimberley Town Guard). Sine 2 


Territorial Efficiency medal, new issue with ornamental suspender 
inscribed Territorial (The King’s Regt. and R. Arty.). Very 
2 


fine 


Lloyds silver medal for gallantry to Capt. F. J. D. Inch, S.5. 
Volturno, 9th-10th October 1913, another for the same rescue, 
War medal 1914-18, and Mercantile Marine medal. Fine 4 


China 1842 (26th Foot), South Africa one bar 1878 (Griqualand 
Constabulary), Edward VII, Westminster City, Jubilee medal. 
Very fine 3 


Medal for Distinguished Service (W. Bellion, A.B., Gallipoli Opera- 
tions 1915-6). Very fine 1 


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Distinguished Service medal (W. Mapp, R.N., Gallipoli Operations 
1915-6). Very fine 1 


Edward VII, Transport Medal, one bar S. Africa 1899-1902 (A. 
Bryce). Very fine l 


George V medal For Distinguished Conduct in the Field (Pte. J. 
Lord, 1/R. Lancs Regt.). Fine 1 


George V naval medal, one bar Persian Gulf 1909-1914 (H.M.S. 
Philomel). Very fine 1 


George V naval medal one bar Persian Gulf 1909-1914 (H.M.S. 
Perseus). Very fine 1 


One bar Persian Gulf 1909-1914 (H.M.S. Philomel). Very fine 1 


India, two bars Tirah, Punjab Frontier 1897-98, Boer War medal, 
C. Colony, O.F. State, Transvaal and King’s medal (Capt. 
Pt. CC. Herbert, R.H. Arty.). Very fine 3 


Edward VII Imperial Yeomanry medal for Long Service (Sgt. J. 
Radford, Derby 1.Y.). Fine 1 


Edward VII Imperial Yeomanry medal for Long Service (Sgt. W. 
Taylor, Notts I.Y.). Very fine 1 


South Africa 1853, India two bars Tirah, Punjab Frontier 1897-98, 
Afghanistan N.W.F. 1919, Military Medal 1914-18, Naval Long 
Service medals (4) 8 


Tibet 1903-4, India one bar North-West Frontier 1908, Africa General 
Service, one bar Somaliland 1902-04, bronze medals to 
followers. Very fine 3 


Miscellaneous military decorations, France, Italy, Spain, Germany, 
etc. (12), miniature medals and decorations (15) 27 


George V Royal Household medal with riband, in case of issue. 


Very fine 1 
George V Royal Household medal with riband, in case of issue. 
Very fine 1 


Boer War medals (2), China 1900, India, Egypt and Territorial 
medal. Fine 6 


Silver medal of the Order of the British Empire. In case 1 


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Medal for Distinguished Conduct in the Field (Corpl. R. Skipsey, 
R.F.A.). Very fine 1 


Gold medal Barnburgh’s memento to Albert Smeaton for service with 
His Majesty’s Forces 1914-1919. Fine 1 


Miscellaneous war medals Crimea, India (2), Egypt, Boer War (2), 
Long Service medal and three others 10 


Indian Chief’s silver medal, Victoria 1840, presented to Indian 
Chiefs by the Prince of Wales 1860. Very fine 1 


Bronze medal for the Capture of Louisbourg 1758. Very fine, and 
scarce 1 


George V medal For Distinguished Conduct in the Field (Lce.-Corpl. 
A. Stevenson, Lovat’s Scouts), with account of service. Very 
1 


fine 


Facsimile of the gold medal and chain awarded to Commander J. 
Woolridge, R.N., for leading the Fire Ships during the night 
of 11th April 1809, to attack the French Squadron in Aix 
Roads. Very fine, in fitted case 1 


Grand Cross Breast Star of the Polish Order of Merit. Very fine 1 


Grand Cross Breast Star of the Order of Leopold I of Belgium. Very 
fine 1 


Very fine enamelled Badge of a Naval Commander of the Order of 
Leopold I of Belgium 1 


Gold, silver and enamelled Badge of the “‘ Turkish Order of the . 
Medjidie,’’ 8rd Class. Very fine 1 


Badge of the 1st Class of the Royal Order of Victoria and Albert set 
in paste with cameo busts of Queen Victoria and Prince Consort 
surmounted by a crown 1 


Gold decoration presented to the officers by King John VI of Portu- 
gal for services rendered to him by H.M.S. Windsor Castle, 
obv. Portrait of the King, in wreath between two anchors, sur- 
mounted by a crown with decorated gold suspender, rev. 
Windsor Castle, in relief (W. Reid). Very fine 1 


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Royal Household silver medal of Queen Victoria and Edward VII 
medal 1902. Very fine 2 


The Military Cross, 1914-18, with riband. Fine 1 


Georgian officer’s shako plate 1825-27, of the Ist Foot Royal Regi- 
ment, with battle honours to Waterloo, The Royal Cipher and 
Crown in centre. Very fine I 


Georgian officer’s gorget, monogram G.R. and Crown, the ends orna- 
mented with finely chased badges, inscribed The Royal Scots, 


Egypt. Very fine 1 


An officer’s crossbelt plate, Royal Regiment pattern worn 1838-1840, 
monogram V.R. and Crown within a Collar of the Order of the 
Thistle. Very fine 1 


An officer’s crossbelt plate, Royal Regiment 1840-1855, with figure 
of St. Andrew on blue enamelled centre. Very fine 1 


Officer’s crossbelt plate, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, another 
of the 72nd Duke of Albany’s Own Highlanders 2 


Officer’s crossbelt plate of the 85th The King’s Light Infantry aa 
silver plate of the Rangoon Volunteer Rifles 


Officer’s silver hall-marked 1847 crossbelt plate of the 72nd Duke of 
Albany’s Own Highlanders. Very fine 1 


Private’s crossbelt plate of the XCth Perthshire Light Infantry 1 


Officer’s dirk of the 71st Regt., with battle honours on blade down 
to Central India, worn by Major Edmund Spencer, 71st Regt. 1 


Silk fire-screen embroidered on one side with crest and regimental 
battle honours of the Highland Light Infantry, and on other 
side embroidered with the arms and crests of Major Edmund 
Spencer 1 


Gold embroidered facings from officer’s uniform of the 1st Royal 


Regt., Georgian period, with twenty-two gilt buttons of the 
regiment, same period 


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